Some good questions there. I'll give them some thought and come back to you ;-)Your argument is based on major flaws:
Your misunderstanding of the ban (it's only on sales and transport of tobacco, not consumption - if you got it, smoke it up)
Your misunderstanding of freedom (forgivable as it's a humdinger we're all fed from childhood. The concept of "freedom" is a strong seller, for everything from political parties to panty liners)
That's quite a leap of logic. Would you agree or disagree that it's a good idea to have everything for sale as anyone wants? You know how slippery this slope is? Let's see, how about explosives? Should TNT be available to all citizens? If I can make it and can't trade it, I'm no longer free? I can drive, I can ****, I can run, but not free if I can't sell my potentially human-vaporizing product. How about child porn? Well that turned downright oily. If I have a kid and want to film it naked, and share with some friends online, perhaps trade pics for theirs, shouldn't I be able to, if I am free, according to you?
So hopefully you are seeing that there is a necessity to restrict trade right out the gates. You were never free to purchase anything you wanted in the first place, not legally at least.
That's another Olympic-level leap of logic. Is it a threat against you that nobody is able to buy dynamite at Checkers?
Are children property of the parents?